by Pedro Ruiz
I had to reshape a little bit the original to fit the blades I have over here, with a little narrower shape an 3 slots, so neither the shape nor the hole for the screw was fitting.
I used Blender for reshaping. Scan the blade, put as a background image and working on orthogonal top view, edit the object selecting a moving the vertices to fit the blade, easy and fast.
The design is very nice and it works like a charm.
download the files on: http://ift.tt/2lQwyQj
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